Learn about how a US coal company, Drummond, through its operations in Colombia, has allegedly been engaging in harsh environmental and labor abuses, including issuing death threats to workers/unionists there, and to the speaker personally. The event will also cover the cases brought in US courts against Drummond for hiring paramilitaries to kill 3 union leaders, among other law suits against Drummond. For more information, contact Yvonne Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lunch with be provided, sponsored by DBA.
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